Frank Finlay Movies List

Frank Finlay
Frank Finlay
Farnworth, Lancashire, UK
The Comedy Man

Actor Frank Finlay Filmography

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Gospa ( English )
Director: Jakov Sedlar
Release date: 13-10-2013
Four Seasons - Summer
Four Seasons - Summer ( English )
Artist: Senta Berger , Tom Conti , Michael York , Franco Nero , Frank Finlay
Director: Giles Foster
Release date: 10-11-2008
The Waiting Room
The Waiting Room ( English )
Director: Roger Goldby
Release date: 18-08-2007
The Lost Prince
The Lost Prince ( English )
Artist: Daniel Williams , Matthew James Thomas , Brock Everitt-Elwick , Gina McKee , Tom Hollander
Director: Stephen Poliakoff
Release date: 19-01-2003
Station Jim
Station Jim ( English )
Director: John Roberts
Release date: 30-12-2001
The Martins
The Martins ( English )
Artist: Kathy Burke , Lee Evans , Linda Bassett , Eric Byrne , Terri Dumont
Director: Tony Grounds
Release date: 14-09-2001
For My Baby
For My Baby ( English )
Release date: 19-10-2000
The Magical Legend of the Leprechauns
Artist: Randy Quaid , Whoopi Goldberg , Roger Daltrey , Colm Meaney , Kieran Culkin
Director: John Henderson
Release date: 07-11-1999
Stiff Upper Lips
Stiff Upper Lips ( English )
Director: Gary Sinyor
Music Director: Danny Hambrook
Release date: 27-08-1999
Stalin ( English )
Director: Ivan Passer
Music Director: Stanislas Syrewicz
Release date: 21-11-1992
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Frank Finlay Biography

Frank received Academy Award, Golden Globe and BAFTA Award nominations for his performance as William Shakespeare’s Iago in Stuart Burge’s 1965 film of Laurence Olivier’s staging of Othello. He also won the Best Actor Award at the San Sebastian International Film Festival. He later essayed the definitive screen portrayal of Alexandre Dumas’ musketeer Porthos in three movies for director Richard Lester: The Three Musketeers (1974), The Four Musketeers (1975) and The Return of the Musketeers (1989). Frank’s many other films include The Longest Day; Tony Richardson’s The Lonliness of the Long Distance Runner; Martin Ritt’s The Molly Maguires; Bob Clark’s Murder by Decree; Alan Bridges’ The Return of the Soldier (for which he recieved a BAFTA Award nomination); Franco Zeffrelli’s Sparrow; and Eric Styles’ Dreaming of Joseph Lees; and most recently Roman Polanski’s multi-award winning The Pianist and Norma Jewison’s The Statement. His similarly extensive television projects have earned him two BAFTA Awards, for his performances in The Death of Adolf Hitler (starring as Hitler, with Rex Firkin directing); The Adventures of Don Quixote (as Sancho Panza, opposite Rex Harrison, for director Alvin Rakoff); the ground breaking Bouquet of Barbed Wire and Another Bouquet; 84 Charing Cross Road; and recently the critically acclaimed series The Sins. Born in Farnworth, Lancashire, Finlay had already begun performing on stage when he earned the Sir James Knott Scholarship at London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA). Since then he has led theatre companies in London and on Broadway. He was made a Commander of the British Empire (CBE) in the 1984 New Year’s Honours List, and was presented with his CBE by the Queen in February1984.

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